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  • Title: Borrowed Time
  • Author: Alan Hruska
  • ISBN: 9780671559731
  • Page: 107
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Hard-science SF time travel-cum romance. Decent plot, but the book piles such prodigious foreboding, one is afraid to turn the page. Might have given it a fourth star, were it not for the clunky technical mumbo-jumbo (you know, the equivalent of ST's "photons") that explained what was, at bottom, "Red Shift" with a woman.


    2. A gem from the back shelves of an out-of-business used bookstore, Borrowed Time starts out as a quirky romance with quirky and likable protagonists. It soon bogs itself down with a prolonged and less quirky romance story working its way toward justifying its place on a science-fiction shelf with smatterings of hard science and convoluted plot lines which confuse the characters as much as the reader. The end justifies the means, however, and I found much of the book, love and dimensional travel i [...]


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